WFWN Exhibition has just opened at gallery@oxo!

We have just opened the doors of the exhibition at gallery@oxo on London’s South Bank!  It will be open daily for the rest of this week with an extended opening time on Friday evening:

Wednesday – Thursday: 11 am -6 pm
Friday 11am-9pm
Saturday-Sunday 11am-7pm

Admission is free.

For those of you who are new to this blog – I have been working with a small number of homeless women in London, hearing their stories and documenting their lives.  I spent eight months in hostels, going out with outreach teams, meeting ‘rough sleepers’ and also women living amongst the hidden homeless population and those now in their own accommodation. The project looks at the root causes of these women’s homelessness aswell as how they are rebuilding their lives.

The resulting photographs, text, audio and film tell the stories of the women I met in their own voices and the words of the staff who support them.

The exhibition is a culmination of the work from this project.

It would be great to see you here!

A big thank you to all who have made this exhibition happen, including Thomson Reuters Elite who are the principal supporters of this project, St Mungo’s, writer Sarah Carrington, Picture editor Shannon Ghannam, Exhibition designer Toria Richardson, Graphic designer Will Burnett and the team at Spectrum Photographic.

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